The 10 Best Housing Markets For Buyers Across the U.S. in 2023

Janice McDill  —  February 2, 2023

Top U.S. Real Estate Markets for Buyers

Understanding the Best Housing Markets in the U.S.

Slowing home sales and price growth continue to shift the market in the direction of buyers. The nation's 100 largest housing markets continue to move in the direction of favoring buyers, according to the latest data from the Knock Buyer-Seller Market Index.

At the start of 2023, 13 markets were firmly in buyers’ territory, 43 were in neutral territory and 44 favored sellers. Although sellers’ markets far outnumber buyers', the environment has shifted dramatically over the past 12 months from when all 100 of the largest housing markets favored sellers. All but one market – Fayetteville, N.C., – moved at least marginally toward favoring buyers during 2022. With the typical home staying on the market for just 10 days and only half a month of housing supply - each among the lowest such measures in the country - Fayetteville continues to rank as the nation’s No. 1 market for sellers.

After shifting more dramatically toward buyers than any other metro in 2022, Phoenix continued its reign as the top buyers’ market in December.  The typical Phoenix home sold for 3% less than the asking price in December, one of the best ratios for buyers.(The top 15 buyers’ and sellers’ market rankings and key market stats for December 2022 can be found in the Appendix at the end of the report.)

Buyers-Sellers Market Index

According to the Index, which analyzes six key housing market metrics to measure the degree to which the nation’s 100 largest markets favor home buyers or sellers, median days on the market rose in nearly all markets in December, as inventory growth outpaced home sales year-over-year. Despite a slight increase in home prices (+0.7%) from December 2021, homes sold at a lower price than the asking price in all but six of the 100 largest markets – Buffalo-Cheektowaga, N.Y.;  Hartford-East Hartford-Middletown, Conn.; New Haven-Milford, Conn.; Rochester, N.Y.; Springfield, Mass. and Syracuse, N.Y.

Across the U.S., home prices continue to hold up well with median sale prices declining in just 26 markets year over year, with the remainder of the 100 largest markets seeing prices continuing to rise or remaining unchanged. On average across the 100 largest housing markets, homes sold for 2% less than the asking price, compared to December 2021 when the average sale price equaled the average list price. 

Key Metrics

MetricDecember 2022December 2021Change
Buyer-Seller Market Index0.292.46↓ 88.2%
Average sale-to-ask price ratio97.8%100.4%↓ 2.6%
Homes sold154,813251,607↓ 38.5%
Inventory353,719267,673↑ 32.1%
Median days on market291593.3%
Median sale price$365,000$362,495↑ 0.7%
Months' supply1.81.0↑ 85.7%

As home sales slowed and days on markets increased, 81 of the 100 largest markets saw inventory increases in December 2022. At year-end, there were a total of 354,000 homes for sale in the nation’s largest markets, up 32.1% year over year. Based on the Index forecast, the number of homes available for sale is expected to continue to increase through 2023, rising 17% by year-end. 

While good news for shoppers who have faced a limited supply of homes to choose from in nearly every market throughout the country, the increase will be marginal at best, and not felt across the country. At year-end 2022, inventory in the 100 largest markets was 42% lower than in December 2019. Fifty markets are expected to see further inventory declines over the next 12 months, with Raleigh, N.C. (-49.2%); Austin, Texas (-46.9%); Baltimore (-46.5%); Reno, Nev. (-45.8%) and Richmond, Va. (-45.4%) forecast to see the largest decreases.

Cities with the Best Buyers Market in the U.S.

With a lack of homes available for sale expected to continue to be a challenge for the foreseeable future, we used the Knock Buyer-Seller Market Index to identify the markets where buyers are likely to have more options.

The top 10 markets likely to see the biggest gains in for-sale homes in 2023 in rank order are:
1. Salt Lake City, UT
2. Dallas, TX
3. Denver, CO
4. Charlotte, NC
5. Memphis, TN
6. Las Vegas, NV
7. Charleston, SC
8. Colorado Springs, CO
9. St. Louis, MO
10. New Orleans, LA

Inventory in these markets is forecast to increase throughout 2023, peaking in September, October and November. This means buyers with the flexibility to wait until the fall will see more buying options.

Like the rest of the country, inventory in the Top 10 markets dropped during the pandemic. However, they did not see the same massive declines as the rest of the nation. In the three markets where inventory is expected to grow the most - Salt Lake City, Dallas and Denver - inventory declined by approximately 20%, 34% and 20%, respectively, between December 2019 and December 2022, compared with 42% elsewhere.

How Low Inventory Has Impacted the Top Buyers Markets

Although the low housing inventory has led to record-high home prices over the past several years, in 2023 inventory growth won't necessarily translate into home price declines. Only three of the markets on Knock’s list of the top 10 markets for buyers to find a home – Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and New Orleans – are forecast to see price declines over the next 12 months. The remainder are projected to see home prices remain flat or grow marginally with median home price in St. Louis home forecast to increase nearly 10% year-over-year. 

In addition, buyers will still need to act relatively quickly with days on market expected to decrease in Charlotte, N.C., Memphis, Tenn. and New Orleans. Colorado Springs, Colo., will see the largest increase in days on market with a forecasted increase of 37 days to 67.

Of the top 10 markets, only three – Colorado Springs, Colo.; Dallas and Las Vegas – currently favor buyers. The remainder are in neutral territory with the exception of St. Louis, currently ranks as a sellers’ market. All but St. Louis are forecast to move into buyers' territory during the second half of 2023.

Markets with the largest expected inventory gains

RankMarketProjected YOY inventory growthMedian sale priceProjected sale price changeMonth where inventory will peakMarket status
1Salt Lake City, Utah178.0%$460,000-17.0%OctoberNeutral
2Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas100.4%$375,8316.3%OctoberFavors Buyers
3Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo.95.1%$550,0004.8%SeptemberNeutral
4Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, N.C.-S.C.81.8%$349,0007.9%DecemberNeutral
5Memphis, Tenn.-Miss.-Ark.48.2%$255,0000.3%NovemberNeutral
6Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev.39.6%$382,000-6.8%SeptemberFavors Buyers
7Charleston-North Charleston, S.C.39.3%$362,5000.0%SeptemberNeutral
8Colorado Springs, Colo.38.0%$430,0000.5%SeptemberFavors Buyers
9St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.35.8%$230,0009.8%SeptemberFavors Buyers
10New Orleans-Metairie, La.34.2%$270,424-0.1%OctoberNeutral

Buyers Expected to Create A Window For Sellers

The U.S. housing market is expected to hover in neutral territory – not favoring buyers or sellers – over the next few months. It will gain seasonal momentum toward sellers in the spring and then move firmly into buyers' market territory by summer and continue to trend in the direction of buyers through the end of the year.

By December 2023, 34 markets are forecast to be buyers' markets (up from 13 in December 2022), 34 markets will remain sellers’ markets (down from 44) and 32 will be neutral. 

Home price growth is expected to slow from the double-digit gains the U.S. housing market racked up over the past several years. However, home shoppers will not see significant price declines in a majority of the 100 largest housing markets. Rather, prices will decline, mostly by small amounts, in just 16 large markets over the next 12 months. In contrast, 20 markets are forecast to see median sale price increases of at least 10% during the same time frame.

Home prices are forecast to peak at $366,000 by June 2023 - well below the record-breaking annual median sale price peak of $410,000 set in April, May and June 2022. By December 2023, the median price is forecast to reach $351,000, a 4% decline from the December 2022 median price of $365,000.

As the market continues to cool, home sales are forecast to decline by 10.5% year over year, with the number of sales dropping in 75 markets. Median days on market are forecast to continue to rise through December 2023, when a typical home is expected to sell in 52 days - the longest of any time since January 2017. In Raleigh, N.C. and Greeley, Colo., median days on market will reach 130 and 104 days, respectively, the highest of any market and more than double the national median. 

Months’ supply is expected to peak in June at 3.1 months, before declining to 2.7 at year-end.

The sale-to-ask price ratio is forecast to remain the same through spring, with average sales hovering between 2% and 3% below the typical asking price. Starting in August, the ratio will begin to decline, ending 2023 down 4%, the lowest since January 2017, the beginning of Knock’s Buyer-Seller Market Index.

Top 15 buyers' markets in 2023

RankMarketDecember 2022 median home sale priceForecasted 2023 home sale changeForecasted 2023 home price changeForecasted 2023 months' supplyForecasted sale-to-list price ratio
1Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas$376,831-12.5%6.3%4.395.6%
2Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev.$382,00016.4%-6.8%6.097.3%
3Salt Lake City, Utah$460,000-8.8%-17.0%6.996.7%
4Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, Ariz.$415,000-8.6%-11.8%3.195.9%
5Colorado Springs, Colo.$430,000-12.0%0.5%2.899.0%
6Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, Ga.$350,000-11.7%-1.4%2.996.7%
7Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Fla.$329,900-7.7%-4.6%4.496.4%
8Tucson, Ariz.$337,150-11.2%9.1%4.296.4%
9Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo.$550,000-10.8%4.8%3.197.7%
10Killeen-Temple, Texas$256,000-6.5%0.9%3.097.9%
11Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, N.C.-S.C.$349,000-21.4%7.9%10.995.4%
12Jacksonville, Fla.$327,750-2.0%-0.4%2.791.9%
13Memphis, Tenn.-Miss.-Ark.$255,000-1.0%0.3%2.895.0%
14Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Mich.$220,0007.5%2.0%2.397.5%
15Des Moines-West Des Moines, Iowa$260,000-27.8%2.7%2.797.3%

Top 15 sellers' markets in 2023

RankMarketDecember 2022 median home priceForecasted 2023 home sales changeForecasted 2023 home price changeForecasted 2023 months' supplyForecasted sale-to-list price ratio
1Fayetteville, N.C.$215,00010.8%8.5%0.498.8%
2Columbia, S.C.$265,114-8.2%10.8%1.098.5%
3Springfield, Mass.$300,0004.4%3.4%0.7100.9%
4Rochester, N.Y.$200,0004.1%10.1%0.6107.5%
5Hartford-East Hartford-Middletown, Conn.$295,000-1.4%9.4%0.6101.6%
6Harrisburg-Carlisle, Pa.$232,0005.2%7.1%0.999.4%
7New Haven-Milford, Conn.$295,000-7.3%9.0%1.3100.6%
8Syracuse, N.Y.$185,0005.7%8.2%1.2100.7%
9Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J.$275,0007.7%15.1%0.998.6%
10Albuquerque, N.M.$305,000-11.8%12.2%1.599.3%
11Milwaukee-Waukesha, Wis.$259,000-4.3%6.8%1.398.7%
12Winston-Salem, N.C.$247,500-12.2%-1.5%1.598.3%
13Salisbury, Md.$334,900-13.4%4.4%2.498.0%
14Portland-South Portland, Maine$415,000-15.2%9.4%1.599.3%
15Providence-Warwick, R.I.-Mass.$400,000-9.6%11.9%1.099.1%

All 100 markets buyer-seller market status

MarketMarket status 12 months agoCurrent market statusMarket forecast 12 months from now
NationalStrongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Akron, OhioFavors SellersNeutralNeutral
Albuquerque, N.M.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pa.-N.J.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, Ga.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Augusta-Richmond County, Ga.-S.C.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, TexasFavors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Bakersfield, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, Md.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Baton Rouge, La.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Birmingham-Hoover, Ala.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Boise City, IdahoFavors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Boston-Cambridge-Newton, Mass.-N.H.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, Conn.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Buffalo-Cheektowaga, N.Y.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Charleston-North Charleston, S.C.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, N.C.-S.C.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Chattanooga, Tenn.-Ga.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, Ill.-Ind.-Wis.Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-Ind.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Cleveland-Elyria, OhioFavors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Colorado Springs, Colo.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersStrongly Favors Buyers
Columbia, S.C.Strongly Favors SellersStrongly Favors SellersStrongly Favors Sellers
Columbus, OhioFavors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TexasStrongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersStrongly Favors Buyers
Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Des Moines-West Des Moines, IowaFavors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Mich.Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C.Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
El Paso, TexasStrongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Fayetteville, N.C.Favors SellersFavors SellersStrongly Favors Sellers
Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Ark.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Fort Wayne, Ind.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Fresno, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Grand Rapids-Kentwood, Mich.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Greeley, Colo.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Greensboro-High Point, N.C.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Greenville-Anderson, S.C.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Harrisburg-Carlisle, Pa.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Hartford-East Hartford-Middletown, Conn.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TexasStrongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Sellers
Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, Ind.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Jacksonville, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Killeen-Temple, TexasStrongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Lakeland-Winter Haven, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersStrongly Favors Buyers
Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, Ark.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Louisville-Jefferson County, Ky.-Ind.Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Madison, Wis.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Memphis, Tenn.-Miss.-Ark.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Milwaukee-Waukesha, Wis.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, Minn.-Wis.Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, S.C.-N.C.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Naples-Marco Island, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tenn.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersNeutral
New Haven-Milford, Conn.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
New Orleans-Metairie, La.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
New York-Newark-Jersey City, N.Y.-N.J.-Pa.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Ocala, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Ogden-Clearfield, UtahStrongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Omaha-Council Bluffs, Neb.-IowaFavors SellersNeutralNeutral
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, Pa.-N.J.-Del.-Md.Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, Ariz.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersStrongly Favors Buyers
Pittsburgh, Pa.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Portland-South Portland, MaineStrongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, Ore.-Wash.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Port St. Lucie, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Providence-Warwick, R.I.-Mass.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Punta Gorda, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Raleigh-Cary, N.C.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Reno, Nev.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Richmond, Va.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Rochester, N.Y.Favors SellersFavors SellersStrongly Favors Sellers
St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
Salisbury, Md.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Salt Lake City, UtahStrongly Favors SellersNeutralStrongly Favors Buyers
San Antonio-New Braunfels, TexasStrongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersNeutral
San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Wash.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Springfield, Mass.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersStrongly Favors Sellers
Syracuse, N.Y.Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Toledo, OhioFavors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Tucson, Ariz.Strongly Favors SellersFavors BuyersFavors Buyers
Tulsa, Okla.Strongly Favors SellersNeutralNeutral
Urban Honolulu, HawaiiStrongly Favors SellersNeutralFavors Buyers
Winston-Salem, N.C.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers
Worcester, Mass.-Conn.Strongly Favors SellersFavors SellersFavors Sellers

Buyer-Seller Market Index methodology

The Buyer-Seller Market Index was developed by Knock to measure the degree to which the nation's largest, most active housing markets favor home sellers or home buyers. It combines six measures of the housing market, covering six years of monthly data between January 2017 and December 2022.

By observing trends in these measures in major U.S. cities, the Index can forecast housing market conditions 12 months from now, helping homeowners, prospective home buyers and property investors make more educated decisions in the U.S. housing market. 

The Index uses data on more than 150 million properties in the nation's 100 largest metro areas in terms of total home sales from the last six years. The data was obtained from housing database The Multiple Listing Service, using the National Association of Realtors' Real Estate Transaction Standards (RETS) API. 

Index values range from -4 to 4, with lower negative values indicating a relatively favorable market for buyers and higher positive values indicating a relatively favorable market for sellers. Index values ranging around zero denote a somewhat neutral market. Data is not seasonally adjusted. 

The six equally-weighted measures for the nation's top 100 markets (metros) each represent six years of monthly data:

1. Average sale-to-ask price ratio – Calculation: Average of each sale price / list price ratio. 

2. Homes Sold – Number of homes sold.

3. Inventory – Number of active listings.

4. Median Days on Market – Median number of days between when a property is listed and when it is taken off the market. Median days on market data is not available for seven of the 100 largest markets (Boise, Idaho; Richmond, Va.; Seattle; Allentown, Pa.; Portland, Maine; New Haven, Conn.; and Bridgeport, Conn.)

5. Median Sale Price – Middle of the sale price distribution.

6. Months' Supply – Calculation: # active listings / Months' supply uses a six-month moving average inventory estimate as its denominator beginning June 2017.


15 top buyers' markets December 2022

RankMarketInventoryInventory YOY changeNo. homes soldMedian days on marketMedian sale priceAvg. sale / ask price
1Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, Ariz.15,146102.8%5,03143$415,00096.9%
2Ogden-Clearfield, Utah1,295175.5%42639$430,00097.9%
3Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, Texas5,59589.3%2,30349$455,00095.9%
4Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, Fla.1,86394.3%46333$408,00096.5%
5Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, Nev.8,53594.3%1,71241$382,00096.9%
6Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tenn.5,01250.2%2,47443$435,20097.7%
7Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, Mich.6,65333.7%3,10026$220,00097.5%
8Boise City, Idaho1,48291.7%565N/A$415,00097.2%
9Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas12,56288.8%6,19837$376,83797.3%
10Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, Ga.13,87635.7%5,08427$350,00097.8%
11Colorado Springs, Colo.1,644146.5%72337$430,00098.7%
12Tucson, Ariz.3,11151.2%95246$337,15097.9%
13Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Fla.3,27551.6%95229$329,90096.4%
14New Orleans-Metairie, La.3,10534.7%77230$270,42496.1%
15Salt Lake City, Utah1,734166.0%66833$460,00097.6%

15 top sellers' markets December 2022

RankMarketInventoryInventory YOY changeNo. homes soldMedian days on marketMedian sale priceAvg. sale / ask price
1Columbia, S.C.1,023-10.3%91324$265,11498.6%
2Fayetteville, N.C.5351.5%87320$215,00098.8%
3Springfield, Mass.4311.4%42315$300,000100.8%
4Harrisburg-Carlisle, Pa.4299.2%41412$232,00099.4%
5Rochester, N.Y.583-0.2%82013$200,000105.9%
6Winston-Salem, N.C.75331.4%49515$247,50098.5%
7Syracuse, N.Y.721-10.5%49927$185,000100.8%
8Milwaukee-Waukesha, Wis.1,608-26.8%1,02734$259,00099.0%
9Hartford-East Hartford-Middletown, Conn.1,320-19.7%89132$295,000101.1%
10New Haven-Milford, Conn.1,343-9.1%675N/A$295,000100.1%
11Portland-South Portland, Maine55548.8%42716$415,00099.6%
12Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, Ark.1,271-0.9%63025$209,90097.6%
13Albuquerque, N.M.1,05621.1%69023$305,00099.0%
14Salisbury, Md.1,24617.0%44139$334,90098.0%
15Worcester, Mass.-Conn.613-2.1%72815$375,00099.8%

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